I’m always looking for fun and easy breakfast ideas for kids. With Easter right around the corner, I decided to try and make bunny waffles for the kids.
I love the holidays, it’s a great excuse to create fun and easy breakfast ideas for kids. My kids love it, their little face lights up, and they smile from ear to ear. It makes their morning brighter and their day start out better!
Bunny Waffles – Fun and Easy Breakfast Ideas For Kids
I normally have frozen waffles in my freezer for those mornings I need something easy for the kids, as well as fun and easy breakfast ideas for kids. Yes, we play with our food from time to time and the cuter it is the better it taste for some reason.
Bunny Tail Waffles
- 3 Kellogg’s® Gluten Free Waffles™
- whipped topping (gluten-free if needed)
- Chocolate chips
- Shredded coconut
Building Your Bunny Tail Waffles:
Here is one of the fun bunny creations, bunny tail waffles are fun and easy to make. If you can’t use strawberries, chocolate chips, or coconut, it’s totally okay. All those places still look great if you use gluten free whipped topping and place it where the strawberries, chocolate chips, and leave off the coconut.
First we cooked our Kellogg’s® Gluten Free Waffles™. I like to cook them in the oven when I’m making more than one or two. I love crunchy layer on the top and the warm, soft inside. YUMMY!
You’ll need three Kellogg’s® Gluten Free Waffles™ 1 whole waffle for the bunny bottom and two which you will use for the bunny feet.
I used a cookie cutter to cut out the bunny feet and the leftover waffle I gave to the kids as gluten free waffle dippers. I let the kids use the leftover gluten-free waffles to dip in the whipped topping, they loved it.
Set both of the feet on the bottom of the whole waffle.
Place your strawberries toward the top of the feet so it’s like the pads on a bunny foot, chocolate chips where the little pads would be, whipped topping for the tail, and sprinkle on some shredded coconut. You don’t have to use the fruit, coconut and chocolate chips. You can use your gluten-free whipped topping to create the same look, which most of the kids preferred. My oldest and youngest daughters liked the fruit, but the rest of the kids liked the whipped topping, which ended up working great because my nephew had to have his gluten-free waffles with only the whipped topping.
Our first bunny waffle creation is complete, and it’s SUPER cute if you ask me!
Wait, there’s more Kellogg’s® Gluten Free Waffles™ fun and easy breakfast ideas for kids. We have another funny bunny to share, which was created for my sister who was having a bad day, and I wanted to make her smile. Hey, kids come in all shapes, sizes, and ages right.
Since my sister has a floppy eared bunny I thought it would be fun to make her a floppy eared bunny, and it turned out pretty cute.
This little bunny was made specifically for my sister. She was having a bad day, and I wanted to put a smile on her face, and this little guy did the trick. The best part is that she told me she liked the cinnamon Eggo Waffles better than the regular ones, when I told her they were gluten free she made me get the box and show her because they didn’t taste gluten free.
Making this bunny waffle is pretty easy. I bake a lot for the kids, so I always have sprinkles, eyes, and all sorts of other things around. For this bunny, we used the gluten free whipped topping, candy eyes, a pink easter egg sprinkle, and other easter sprinkles for the whiskers.
Putting the bunny waffles together was fun, but I do admit I used a little frosting for the nose because the whipped topping wouldn’t have held the form the way I wanted. The kids wouldn’t have cared, but it was for my sister, so I wanted it to stay put and be super cute.
Arrange the waffles like the above picture, add the cute little bunny tail and BAM bunny waffles are done. Of course for my sister, I had to include all sorts of yummy fruit because she loves strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries.
Do you have any fun and easy breakfast ideas for kids you’d like to share, leave us a comment and tell them out them.